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The Wolf 





Foreword 




hope and purpose, in the 
pages, 

To present to our friends a true 
record of the year "25 -■26. 

To recall to those who are interest- 
ed in the welfare of our Univer- 
sity, the glories of the present 
Loyola that they may be ani- 
mated to strive with us in realiz- 
ing the "Greater Loyola" of 
the future. 





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CHTRCH OF THE HOLY NAME 




MID SOUTHERN PALMS 




FATHER F. D. SLLUVAN, S. J. 
Frisiclt-nt 



The Wolf, Nineteen Tiventy-Six 





Father L. J. Ml i.rv, S. J. 

Reijcnt of Arts and Sciinus 

Father J. D. Foulkes. S. J. 

Regent of Lniu 



Father J. H. Stritch, S. 

Rrijent of Dentistry 

Father R. M. Brooks, S. 

Reyent of Pliarmacy 




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C. V. ViGNEs, A.M., U.D.S. 
Dean of Dentistry 

Hox. M. M. BoATNER, LL.D. 
Dean of Laiu 



Hox. Hugh C. Cage, LL.D. 
Dean Emeritus of Laiv 

J. J. Crasser, B.S., Ph.G. 

Dean of Pharmacy 




The Wolf, Hineteen Twenty-Six 




FACULTY, ARTS AND SCIENCES 
Fr. O. L. Abell, S. J. Fr. John- C. Reville, S. J. Fr. T. Kin'C, S. J. 

Physics English English and French 

Father W. A. Burk, S. J. Edmonb L. Merilh, B.S., M.S. 

History Biology and Bacteriology 

Alexis Voorhies, A.B., M.S. 
Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics 




The Wolf, plineteen Tiventy-Six 




FACTLTV, ARTS AND SCIENCES 

Father F. C. Cavev, S. J. 
Philosopliy and A pologelics 

Mr. a. J. AcHEE, S. J. Mr. J. Lapevre, S. J. 

Latin, Greek and Enijlisli Mathematics and French 



Miss Jessie Montejo 
Spanish 



Herbert H. Welsh, B.S. 
Physics and Mathematics 



A. M. Alvarado, Ph.D. 
Chemistry ' 



The Wolf, Nineteen Twenty-Six 





FACULTY, COLLEGE OF DENTISTRY 

Charles P. Kelleher, D.D.S. 

Ural Surgery and Exodontia 

F. J. Genre, D.D.S. Joseph E. Psavla, A.M., D.D.S. 

Superintendent of Clinic; Dental Anatomy Prosthetic Dentistry 

Albin p. Dansereau, D.D.S. 

Clinic Demonstrator; Oral Hygiene 

Sidney L. Tiblier, M.S., D.D.S. 

Histology. Bacteriology 



The Wolf, Nineteen Ttventy-Six 





FACULTY, COLLEGE OF DENTISTRY 
Col. Allison Owen 



American Institute of Architects 
Drawing 

R. E. Sherwood, D.D.S. F. J. Dlmitry, M.D., F.A.C.S. 
Crown and Bridge Osteology 

Peter Torre, A.B., B.E. 
Drawing 



A. C. Broussard, D.D.S. 
Dental Histology 



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FACULTY, COLLEGE OF DENTISTRY 

Homer Dupuy, A.M., Ph.D., M.D. 
Oral Surgery 

L. R. Rolling, Ph.G., D.D.S. \V. V. G.ale, Ph.G., M.D. Norman F. Gueno, D.D.S. 

Materia Medica, Pharmacoloyy Pliysual Diagnosis, Principles of Medicine Crown and Bridge Technics 

J. L. Arnandez 
Anaiotny and Physiology 




The Wolf, Nineteen Twenty-Six 




FACULTY, COLLEGE OF DENTISTRY 

L. Maurice Provostv, A.M., M.D. 

Physiology 

Valentike H. Fuchs, M.D. Orrn J. Burger, M.D. 

Anatomy .Inatomy 

E. J. Armand, D.D.S. R. W. Gaston-, D.D.S. 

Prostlietic and Operative Trclmies Orthodontia 

G. O. Rosado, D.D.S. 

Anestliesia 




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FACULTY, SCHOOLS OF LAW 
Hon. Charles A. O'Neill, LL.D. 

Cllier Justice. I. a. Supri'nic Court 
S/ietial Louisiana Statutes 
Alired J. Bo.soMO, LL.D. Ho.v. William H. Bvrnes, LL.D. 

Srtrrtary of ilic Schools, Juih/r, Civil District Court. 

Lrcjal Bibliography, Forensics Court Procedure, Common Laiv 

Charles L Denechaud, LL.D. Hon. Percy Saint, LL.B. 

Successions, Donations Attorney-General of Louisiana 

Principles of Legal History 
Francis P. Burks, LL.B. 
Statutory Construction 
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FACULTY, SCHOOLS OF LAW 
Hon. Joseph A. Breaux, LL.D. 

Ex-Chief Justice. La. Supreme Coui-t 
Development of Legal Systems 



Benjamin Kernan, LL.D. 
Torts, Workmen's Compensation 



William J. Wacuespack, LL.D. 

Equity Jurisprudence 

Federal Procedure 

Charles J. Rivet, LL.B 

Code of Practice 
Negotiable Instruments 



Henry P. Dart, Sr., LL.D. 
Sources of Louisiana Law 

Charles Byrne, LL.B. 
Criminal Procedure 




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FACULTY, SCHOOLS OF LAW 

Ivy G. Kittredce, LL.B. 
Municipal Corporations 
William J- Glste, LL.B. John C. Hollingsworth, LL.B. 

Segotiable Instruments Insuranie 

Charles F. Fletchincer, LL.B. Edouard Hekriques, LL.B. 

Confiift of Laws Assistant V. S. Attorney-General 

Admiralty 
Alfred C. Kammer, LL.B. 
Carriers 
Interstate Commerce 






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FACllIV, SCHOOLS OF 1 AW 



EuGiE V. Parham, LL.B. 
Torts, IVorkmen's Compensation 



V. Marinom, LL.B. 
Particular Contracts 



John D. Miller, LL.B. 
International Law 



Arthur J. Peters, LL.M. 
Successions, Donations 



Fernand Teissier, LL.B. 
Contracts and Obligations 



Percy Ogden, LL.B. 
Criminal Laiu 



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FACULTY, SCHOOLS OF LAW 

Alexis Briax, LL.B. 

Personal Relations. Property Ritj/ils 

TOHN- T. McCloskev, LL.B. Stuart R. Barnett LL.B. 

" PrU'ate Corporations Carriers and Interstate Commerce 

George Seth Guiok. LL.B. 

CoJe of Practice 

Herve p. Racivitch, LL.B. Henry B. Curtis, LL.B. 

.Agency. Privileges, Mortgages (B) Agency. Prwileges. Mortgages (A) 

Milton R. DeRevna, LL.B. 

History of Lav: 

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QIo ir. (§. SJ. fatl]m 

Of affectionate menioi\ , who long; years ago, desjiite tlie press of 
his absorbing duties for the health and welfare of his fellowmen, 
so generously responded to Lo\ola's call, and gave lavishly of his 
wide knowledge and mature experience to help lay deep and strong 
the foimdations of the College of Dentistry of which Loyola is 
today so justh' proud, this page is gratefully and affectionateh' 
dedicated. 




The Wolf, Nineteen Twenty-Six 




FACL LTV, COLLEcni OK PHARMAt'V 

J. Oswald Weilbaecher, A.B., Ph.G., M.D. George Juracovich, Ph.C, D.D.S. 

Pharmaceutical Laboratory 



M. F. W'li.sox, M.D. 
Serums, Biotoijical Products 



Elmo Doucet, Ph.G. 
Pharmacognosy 








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And the smol{e rose s/oip/p, slowly 
Through the tranquil air of morning. 
First a single line of darl^ness. 
Then a denser bluer vapor. 
Then a snorv-Jvhite cloud unfolding. 
Like the tree-tops of the forest. 
Ever rising, rising, rising. 
Till it touched the top of heaven. 

LONGFELLOW: HIAWATHA. 



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Senior Class 



COLLEGE OF 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 



Paul F. Raility. R.S. 

T li A 
NEW OKLRANS, LA. 

"A'oiv hy Si. Piuil, ih,- iioik ijnes hravily on.' 

■lass \-ifi--I'ri..sid"nt. 'IM. '24, '2.',, ■2i;; Wolf Rilitoi 



Philip S. Clark, Jr., B.S. 

T B a 

N'EW ORLFANS, LA. 

"Yout/i on l/ie proif, and plcasurr al tin- lirhn." 

Class Pi-esidenl, '2:1, ■2-1, •2r,, ■2(1; Student Cnun.il. 
■2li; Frc-shman Football, ■22,; Vaf.sity Footliall, '24, 



Harold J. Dempsev, A.B. 

Beggars 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 

"Bf trur to your own higliest conviillons. 

JIaroon E.litor, ^24; Wolf .Staff. ^24; .Stu.lc.nt Co 
cil, •2.0; Wolf Editor, 'iu. 



Richard L. Dubuisson, A.B. 

OPELOUSAS, LA. 
"Right reason is stronger l/ian jorre." 





Senior Class 



COLLEGE OF 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 



Robert H. Erskixe, B.S. 

waukecan, ill. 

"// is our actual luork ii-liich determines our 
value." 



Pall A. Gaudet, Ph.B. 

Betjgars 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 

"Ideas are tlie very coinage of your brain." 
Varsity Football. '23, '24, '25. 

Anthony N. Muller, A.B. 

new iberia, la. 

"Is not every true lover a martyrf" 

Maroon Staff. '24, '25, '2C; Intramural Football, '25; 
University Band. '24, '25. '2t5. 



John H. O'Keefe, B.S. 

2 A K 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 

"/ pray you, let none of you people stir me." 



Raymond Stllb, B.S. 

T B A 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 

"Strict punctuality is a cheap virtue." 

Varsity Football. '22, '23, '25; Intramural Football, 
'25; University Band, '24, '25, 



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Senior Class 



COLLEGE OF DENTLSTRV 



Harold Hlivici;. D.D.S. 

cmcAcn, II, I,. 

'Your lifts unuld the soul of susfifion disarm. 



J.AMES A. CoMli.ALX. D.D.S. 
^I' S2, K K i; 

LAFAYKTIK, LA. 

'Pliiisurrs arc like liquors; ihiy must hr ilrnrik 
in small ijlassrs," 



Theodore Fixkelsteix, D.D.S. 

CHICAGO, ILL. 

'Tlie cynic is one v:lin knn'ws the price nf ei'cry- 
tliintj and the value nf nnthm/j." 



Fr.axcis J. Harrison, D.D.S. 

MOKTCOMF.RV, LA. 

"My strength is as the strenc/th of ten because 
my heart is pure." 





Senior Class 



COLLEGE OF DENTISTRY 



Jacob Hirschmann, D.D.S. 

HOBOKEN, K. J. 

'True •wisdom is the price of happiness." 



Walter I). LokfflI'R, D.U.S. 

CHICAGO, ILL. 

'The more ixe stuity the more ix'e discoTer our 
n/norance." 



E.MoR\ J. Ll SK. D.D.S. 

CHICAGO, ILL. 
"As a man is, so he sees." 



Wallace M. Nicaud, D.D.S. 

^ U, T B A, E K 2 
NEW ORLEANS, LA. 

"./ tender heart, a kHI inflexible." 

Class President. ■32. 'Ti: Class Vici-Pre.sidrnt. 
Student Council President, '25; Varsiti' Football 
Manager Varsity Football, '25. 



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Senior Clasj 



COLLEGE OF DENTISTRY 



NoRBERT E. Perret, D.U.S. 

JEANERETTE, LA. 

"Of their oivn merits modest men are dumb. 



TiTTA Rlffo, D.D.S. 

E K Z 

BROOKLYN', K. V. 

'H'hen I don't knoiv •u.liellier to fifl/it or not, I 
always fight." 

University Band Vice-President, '26. 



D.AVID J. S.ACKHEIM, D.D.S. 
CHICAGO, ILL. 

"Every man is a volume if you knoiv hove to 
read him." 



Rudolph R. Sherry, D.D.S. 

CHICAGO, ILL. 
'.■//;/ take the cash, let the credit go." 




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Senior Class 



COLLEGE OF DENTISTRY 



Alfred E. Smith, D.D.S. 

XtW ORLEANS, LA. 

'T/if hill III St and most lofty trees )iavc the most 
reason to dread tJie tliuiuier." 



William Soxe, D.D.S. 

CHICAGO, ILL. 

'The (treat end of life is not knoivled/je but 
action." 



Victor B. Stas.si, D.D.S. 

WHITE CASTLE, LA. 

"On 'u.-ith the dance." 
Intiamural Football, '25. 



Malcolm A. Theriot, D.D.S. 
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LAFOURCHE, LA. 

'Clear conception leads naturally to clear and 
correct expression." 







Senior Class 



COLLEGE OF DENTISTin' 



Joseph A. Tumixello, D.D.S. 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 

'Jl'itli .lllantcan shoulders fil to h,ar llir icfigJit 
of mtiihtirst monnrchit-s." 

Varsity Football, ':;•.■, '23, 'SI. 



Peitox R. Tl xstall, D.D.S. 

-I' 9. 
.MOBILE, ALA. 

"./ friend ii/io rnakrs salt sn.ueet, and hlaikness 
bright." 



P.AUL S. Wot), D.D.S. 

HONOLLLl', HAWAII 

"Doubt ivhom you will but ne-vrr yourself.' 




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Senior Class 



COLLEGE OF LAW 



Llovd Adams, LL.B. 
A * A 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 

'//'(■ must nrvrr assumr thai iv/iii/i is incapable 
nf proof." 

I,a\v .Ic.uinal .'^tafr, ■24, '2,1. 



Lawrence W. Bergerox, LL,B. 
A * A 

ARARI, LA, 

'Tliry arc liappy min ii/iosf natures sort ivit/i 
tlieir vocations." 



FjHVARIl M, BOAGNI, Jr., LL.R. 
2 A K, A <1> A 

nPELOLisAS, LA. 

"Still in thy ricjlit hand carry r/rntle peace." 



SinxEV J. BoiDREAux, LL,B. 
E K i: 

NEW ORLEANS, LA, 
"Mightiest poivers by deepest calms are fed.' 



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Senior Class 



COLLEGE OF LAW 



Carl W. Bridger, LL.R. 

\K\V ORLEANS, LA. 

"//(■ (ould distincjuish and divide a hair 'twixl 
south and snuthivest sidr." 



Frank AL Burke, LL.B. 

new orleans, la. 

"/ lived to ivritc, and vsrote to live." 



Joseph J. Cornish, LL.B. 

N'EW ORLEANS, LA. 
"Labor conquers all tilings." 



C. Leo Curet, LL.B. 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 

"Love all; trust a few." 



W. J. Clrren, LL.B. 

VEW ORLEANS, LA. 

'Thy sum of duty, let two words contain- 
be humble and be just." 





Senior Class 



COLLEGE OF LAW 



Claude De Baroncelli, LL.B. 
2 N * 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 
"Kno'u.lcJi/c comes, but lu'isdom lingers." 



J. Edmoxd Douglas, LL.B. 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 

"Knoivlcdiic is power." 

Law Honor Council, '24. '25, 



L. D. Prescott Dunbar, LL.B. 

A * A, 2 A K 
BATON ROUGE, LA. 

"O, luise youiKj judge, hoii; I do honor thee. 

Law Honor Council, '24, '^r, ; Varsity FootbalL '2; 
■24, '25; Vai-sity Baseball, '23, '26. 



JoHX J. Dutel, LL.B. 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 
'Plough deep ii-hile sluggards sleep." 



Senior Class 
COLLEGE OF LAW 
John J. Finnorn, LL.B. 

"There is even tlie dignity of voice." 
Law Honur Council, "26; Law Journal Staff. 'I'C. 



Percy M. Flaxagax, LL.B. 

A * A 
NEW ORLEANS, LA. 

"Full of wise laws and modern instances." 
Class Sefietary, 'So, '2(1; Law Journal Staff, '2'., '20. 



William J. Gallagher, LL.R. 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 

"Peace rules tlie day, w/iere reason rules the 
■mind." 



George S. Graham, LL.B. 
A * A 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 
"Laws are silent in the midst of arms.' 




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Senior Class 



COLLEGE OF LAW 



James P. Guillot, LL.B. 

DERRV, LA. 

'The amasst'J lliouyht and experience of innum- 
erable minds." 



Ralph E. Harris, LL.B. 
A * A 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 

"Earnest and steady endeavor 'will some day 
receive its renuard." 



Stephen C. Hartel, LL.B. 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 

'Give every man thy ear, hut feiu thy voice." 



William B. Harvev, LL.B. 
2 N * 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 

'The poiLer of Thouijht is the maijic of the 
Mind." 



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Senior Class 
COLLEGE OF LAW 
Andrew Hillery, LL.B. 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 
"/ /itivr no 'n'ords, my voice is my siuorj/ 



JOHN R. HiLLERV, LL.B. 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 

"Grcairr men llutn I may have lived, hut I do 
not believe it." 



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William J. Kearney, Jr., LL.B. 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 

"Order is heaven's first law." 



Frank H. Langriuce, LL.B. 
E K i; 

GRETNA, LA. 

'Wisdom is t/ie principal thinij: therefore yet 

ivisdom; and ii;ith all thy yettimj, yet 

under standiny." 




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Senior Class 



COLLEGE OF LAW 



Clovis E. La Prairie, LL.R. 

A * A 

DEVILLE, LA. 

'Ffiv things are impossible to diligence and 
skill." 



Henry Lexnie, LL.B. 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 

"Not to knoii' me argues yourself unkno^wn." 



Albert A. Lew, LL.B. 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 

"One cannot knoiv everylliing, hut I come mighty 
close to it." 



Charles W. Matherne, LL.B. 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 

"Knoii-ledge and timber shouldn't be much used 
till they are seasoned." 






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Senior Class 
COLLEGE OF LAW 
Herman L. Mini.u. LL.H. 

NEW ORLEANS, l.A. 

".-1 Danifl lornt' to jaJt/rrir'nt." 
Class Treasuri'T. 'L'6. 



Harold J. Moore, LL.B. 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 

'T/if laic: 1 1 lias liunorij us; may lie lionor it." 



Irwin W. Rosenthal, LL.H. 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 
"His future is agloix; luil/i possibiiitiis." 



Samuel W. Rvniker, LL.B. 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 

"Never idle a moment, but tlirifty anJ thuuijhtful 
of others." 





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Senior Class 



COLLEGE OF LAW 



[ewei.l S. Simmoxs, LL.B. 

E K 2 

NAPOLEONVILLF., LA. 

"My mind is my KinffJom." 



MOSEMAN R. SlMOXEAl X, LL.R. 
N'EW ORLEANS, LA. 

'//(' is a scholar, and a ripr and good oni\" 

I.iiw .Iciiriial Staff. 'IT.. 



Nicole E. Simoneaux, LL.B. 

N'EW ORLEANS, LA. 

'Lift', lioivevrr sliort, is nuidr slill sliortir hy 
ivasle of time." 



DoiGLAS O. Smith, LL.B. 
A <!> a 

FORT SMITH, ARK. 

'.Ind Still tliey ffazrd, and still t/irir ivonder 

t/rfic, 
That one small head could carry all lie knew." 



Senior Class 



COLLEGE OF LAW 



JdHN A. Smith, Jr., LL.B. 

A <!' A 

NEW ORLEAN'S, I.A, 

'I'm from Missouri and 1 ^ani lo lir sho^cnJ 



\LaRIOX J. TORTORICH, LL.B. 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 

"//(' is a drfamer; lit us leave liim pass." 



Henry J. Voss, LL.B. 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 
"Work is alone nohle." 



EuGEXE H. Walet, Jr.. LL.B. 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 

"TJiis man decided no! to Live hut Ktioiv." 

Law Honor CoumiL '25. '26; Vaisity Football. ■2J; 
Captain Varsity Football, '2."j. 




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Senior Class 



COLLEGE OF LAW 



Nan S. Warner, LL.B. 

NEW ORLEANS, LA, 

'Those that think must ifcvfin those that toil.' 



Edwin E. Willis, LL.B. 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 

"Si(jlit after niijht, he sat and bleared his eyes 
ivith books." 



Harold J. Winling, LL.B. 
2 A K 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 

"Infle.xible in fail/i, invincible in arms." 

Class Vice-President. '24. '25, '26: Varsity FootbalL 
'23, '24. '25; Captain Varsity Football. '25: Varsity 
Basketball. '24; Varsity Baseball. '24. 



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Senior Class 

COLLEGE OF PHARAL-^CY 

Daniel L. Abadie, Jr., Ph.G. 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 

"T/ir Jicaring rar, anj srcing eye." 
\'arslty KootbalL 'jr, ; Intramuial FootbaU, ': 



Victor Accardo, Ph.G. 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 

"A feast of fat tilings." 
Var.sity Football, '25. 



Urban S. Allan, Ph.G. 

B * 2 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 

'.■/ merry heart maketh a elieerful enuntenanre.' 



SoNNEV S. Anastasio, Ph.G. 

WHITE CASTLE, LA. 

'lie that hath knonj;ledije spareth his 'words.' 





Senior Class 



COLLEGE OF PHAR^L'\CY 



Frank K. Annis, Ph.G. 

BATON ROUGE, LA. 

'irisJom is bitlcr ihan rubies.' 



MuRPHV J. Ardoix. Ph.G. 

COI lONPORr, LA. 

'Younij fi'ltoics iL'ill be youtKj jello'u.s.' 
Inlraimii-al lAu.tl.all, ■25. 



Gkorgi; L. Blrgunuer, Ph.Cj. 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 
'Time has his work lo lio and ive have ours.' 



Leontine iVL Castillox. Ph.G. 

A T A 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 

"Smiles at pleasure, and fro'wns al pain.' 



Senior Class 

COLLEGE OF PHARMACY 

Gilbert V. De Gruy. Ph.G. 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 
'Till- atrocious crime of being a young man." 

Handball C-lianipion Tcani, '211. 



Claude M. Dealarest. Ph.G. 

NEW OkLEANS, LA. 

"A heart for every fate." 

Varsity FootLall. '25, '26. 



Fernaxd R. Dealarest, Ph.G. 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 
'Great is truth, and miijlity aboir all thinijs.' 

Intramuial Fuotball, '2.5. 



Alpha L. Derouex, Ph.G. 

E K 2 
WELSH, LA. 

'The noblest mind the best contentment has.' 

Intramural Football. '25. 





Senior Class 



COLLEGE OF PHARMACY 



Clifford P. Gexdron, Ph.G. 

T B A 

LUCY, LA. 

"As merry as the day is long." 
Intramural Football, ''lr>; Varsity Basketball, 



Eugene L. Guedrv, Ph.G. 

NEW ORLE.AXS, L.A. 

"As lie thinketli in /its lieart, sc is he.' 

student Council, "lie. 



Prestox E. Gilre.au, Ph.G. 

CARENCRO, LA. 
".-In J still be doing, never done." 



R.AV.MOXD J. GUILLOTTE, Ph.G. 

THIBODEAUX, LA. 

"Holds fast to that ivJiieli is good." 



Harr-i J. Hebert, Ph.G. 

BATON ROUGE, LA. 

"Half our knoivledge ive must snatch, not take.' 






Senior Class 
COLLEGE OF PHAR.\L'\CY 
Cornelius K. Herlihy, Ph.G. 

VVAVELAN'D, MISS. 

"Ornament of a meek and quiet spirit." 

Intramural Football, "25. 



Warren- J. Himel, Ph.G. 

CONVENT, LA. 

'Il'hat's mine is yours, iv/iat's yours is mine 

Intramural Football, '25. 



Clifford H. Hopkins. Ph.G. 
:: .\ K 

MANDEVILLE, LA. 

"T/iey laugh tliat ijjin." 
Cheer-Leader, '25. 



Beverly Jeansoxxe, Ph.G. 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 
" 'Tis deeds must win the prize." 




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COLLEGE OF PHARMACY 



Harold D. Kext, Ph.G. 

B * 2 

NEW ORLEAN'S, LA. 

'/ have fouglit a good fight. I liavr finished my 
course." 



Albert H. Le Blanc. Ph.G. 

B * 2 
PAINCOURTVILLE, LA. 

"Tlie bravest are the tenderest." 

Intramural Football, '2C. 



Sidney J. Levet, Ph.G. 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 
'A Jieart icitli room for every joy.' 



Leander a. Lorio. Ph.G. 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 
"Behold the upright man." 

Student Council. '26. 









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Senior Class 



COLLEGE OF PMARALACV 



JoHx S. Llcas. Ph.G. 

XKW ORLKANS, LA. 
'Thf sliip of a taborini/ man is siirrl.' 



Urban E. INLathikl', Ph.G. 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 
"Hire comis a man of comfort." 



Edgar F. ALwhl.x, Ph.G. 

MOREAUVILLE, LA. 

"He •wins his ari/ufnrnls, nuhile lie retains his 
conduit." 



Anthony j. Nobile, Ph.G. 
B * :i, ^ A K 

LUTCHER, LA. 
"Loncj ex/ierience made him sacje." 




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Senior Class 



COLLEGE OF PHARMACY 



Muriel U. Oertling, Ph.G. 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 

"Sinont/i runs tlir ifairr, lu/irre the hronk ii 
tier p." 



Enrique Ortez. Ph.G. 

HO.vnuRAS, C. A. 
".-? prodigy of learning." 



Edward Paiz, Ph.G. 

GUATEMALA CITV, GUATEMALA 

"None hut tJie brave deserve llie fair." 



J. Nicolas Petitjean, Ph.G. 

RAVNE, LA. 

'./ man that s/ioics himself friendly and has 
friends." 



\l. J. Plessala, Ph.G. 

PORT ARTHUR, TEXAS 

"Iron sliarpeneth iron, so a man sliarpenelh tlie 

eountenance of his friends." 

Intramural Fonthall. '^S. 



Senior Class 



COLLEGE OF PHARMACY 



Nolan J. Poche, Ph.G. 

PAULINA, LA. 

'lie uipi-rs, he daiues, lie has vyis of yuutli. 



Thei.ma E. PopovicH, Ph.G. 

ATA 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 

"Lady, 'wherefore talk you so?" 
Class Secretary-Treasurer, '26 



Therese Reynes, Ph.G. 

ATA 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 

"Her ivays are •ways of pleasantness, and all her 
paths are peace." 



David L. Robertson, Ph.G. 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 

"The hoary head is a crown of i/lory." 





Senior Class 



COLLf:GE OF PHARMACY 



E. Walsh Roth. Ph.G. 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 

"Too i/ratrfiil for the hlfssinij li-nl. 
Of siin/ilr iastrs and inhui conlent." 

Intiamural Fdolbiill. 'lT. ; champii'n llaiidball Trai 



Henry L. Sal.assi. Ph.G. 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 

"If it mill Innnor hiloiu/ to i/i'iiius alone. 
liitranuiTal F.njtbaJ. 'L'u. 



Ai.RERT D. Smith, Jr-. Ph.G. 
i; A K 

OkANI) COIKAU, LA. 

'Sirl-vi' miijhtUy, hut rat and drink as frirnds.' 

■Liss Presiilcnt, ■24; Varsity Footljall, 'IM. 'IT.; Var- 
iily Ba.skilbalL 'iS; Varsity Basi-ball. '23, 'LM, ■2i;. 



Grace Taylor, Ph.G. 
A T a 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 
"Thou IS./10 liast ihe fatal ijift of hrauty." 

Class SfCi-etary-Tri-asunr, -25. 

Lastie M. Villien, Ph.G. 
i; A K 

MAURICE, LA. 

"./ mind not to he rlianged by place or time.' 

Well' .t^tafT. ■LTi, -21); Class Viut-President. '^C; Ma- 
ifjiai Stall", ■2-1; Varsity Football, "25; Intraimiia 
I'liuUiall. ■25; Manager Varsity Baseball, '20. 



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Junior Class 

COLLEGE OE 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 

Francis ^L Billiu 
T B A 

THIBODEAUX, LA. 
University Band, '24. '25. 



Werxer Bolrgeois 

T B A 
NEW ORLEANS, LA. 



Berxard Dempsey 

Beggars 
NEW ORLEANS, LA. 



MiLTox J. Fleuriet 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 
University Band. "25. 



R. Jerry Glas 

Beggars 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 

Varsity Basketball. '25. 



Alfred Haxemaxn 

T B A 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 
University Band. '24; Maroon, 



Walter Haxemann 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 
University Band, '24. '25; Maroon. 




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Junior Class 

COLLEGE OF 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 

JoHX F. Holmes 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 



Francis P. Kammer 

Beggars 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 



Joseph P. Macaluso 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 



James P. ALarkey 

AVERV ISLAND, LA. 



Edwix Vega 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 



Albert S. Yexxi, Jr. 
A * z 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 
Sodality. '23, '24, '2.1; Intramural Football. '25 



Malcolm "^'exxi 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 
University Band. '24, '25; Sodality, '23. '24. 



Junior Class 
COLLEGE OF DENTISTRY' 

Slatterv C. Alemax 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 
Class President, '26. 

WlLLI.'^M H. CaSON 
WHITEHAVEN, TENN. 



Robert H. Dolese 

^^ S>, T K A 
LABADIEVILLE, LA. 
Dental Journal, '24, '25; Class Secretary, '24, 



Herbert S. Edrixgton 
E K i; 

RESERVE, LA. 
Intramural Football, '25. 

Nathan G. Gastox 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 
Class Treasurer, '26; Intramural Football, 

Gerald J. Gioxataiso 

ELIZABETH, N. J. 



W. Rov Griffix 

COLUMBUS, MISS. 



Fleimixg J. Haxley 

LOCKPORT, LA. 
Class Treasurer. '26. 





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Junior Class 

COLLEGE OF DENTISTRY 

J. D. Hart 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 

Morris H. Lai fer 

ALGIERS, LA. 

Louis ^LAL?^IUs 

>!' it, T B A 
NEW ORLEANS, LA. 



J. Franklin Mol tox, Jr. 

TEA 

LAFAYETTE, LA. 
Class Treasurer. '24; Intramural Football. '25. 

Joseph C. Nolan 

T B A, E K 2 
BATON ROUGE, LA. 

Class President. '23; Class Vice-President. '24, '25: 
Varsity Football. '22. '23. '24. 

A. R. Whitley 

A * 2 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 

Class Vice-President, '23: Intramural Football, '25. 

Alton R. de Nux 
* n 

MARKSVILLE, LA. 

Aristide Picard 

ERATH, LA. 

Clayton A. Voorhies 

E K 2 
LAFAYETTE, LA. 



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Junior Class 
COLLEGE OF LAW 

BORRIS BURK 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 



HARR^■ R. Cabral, ALA. 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 
Liaw Journal, '25. 



Peter C. Cabral, Jr., IVLA 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 



Richard J. Call 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 



Henry P. Carmouche 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 



Joseph A. Casse 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 



SiMOX O. COURREGE 
NEW ORLEANS, LA. 





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Junior Class 

COLLEGE OE LAW 
Thomas J. D'Albora 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 



Severn T. Darden 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 
Class Secretary. 'l;5. 

Louis J. Ehrry 
T B A 

NEW' ORLEANS, LA. 

Louis H. Gaudet 

GRETNA, LA. 



Paul A. Gaudet 
i; X ■!• 

Bei/gars 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 
Law Honor CouncU. '25; Class President, 



Fraxk C. Gipson 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 



Matthew A. Grace 

T B A 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 
Law Honor Council, '26; Law Journal, "213. 



Albert B. Heitz 
new orleans, la. 




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COLLE(^,E OF LAW 

Robert L. Hickerson 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 



Joseph D. Hvland 
2 X <j> 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 



Peter F. Joxes 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 



Ch.arles W. Kehl 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 



Leslie L. L.aCroix 
colfa.x", la. 



Brittm.ar p. L.axdry 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 



Lee B. Lane 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 



Edward J. AIcShaxe 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 





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Junior Class 
COLLEGE OF LAW 

*RlDGELY MoiSE 
NEW ORLEANS, LA. 

MiLTOX J. IVIOXTGOMERY 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 

BoxxiE B. Moses 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 

Edgar A. Mouras 
T B A 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 

JoHX B. Murphy 
T B A 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 



*R0BERT J. OURSO 
NEW ORLEANS, LA. 

Chester A. Peyronnin 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 

Joseph A. Rubexsteix 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 
Class President, 'i'e. 

Robert D. Samsot 
2 X * 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 

SiDXEY C. Saucier 
2 \ * 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 
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Junior Class 

COLLEGE OF LAW 
Joseph O. Schwartz 

2 N * 
NEW ORLEANS, LA. 



Marion G. Sieber 
new orleans, la. 



Rosalie Stewart 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 



Russell J. St. Paul 

2 X <!> 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 
Honor Council, '23. 



Hubert N. Sturdivaxt 

FRANKLINTON, LA. 



Keith Temple 
2 N * 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 

Wolf, '25. 



JoHX J. Williams 

NEW^ ORLEANS, LA. 




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Junior Class 
COLLEGE OF PHAR^IACY 

Clothii.di; a. Beaud 

A T A 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 



C. Aluf.rt Bernil s 

NEW ORLEAKS, LA. 



RoDOLPH E. Blanchari), Jr. 

Beijgars 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 

Freshman Football. 'liG. 



Sister AL Irene Broussard 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 



Alrrev C. Budge 

MORGAN CITY, LA. 
Class Presiilent. '2(:: Freshman P^ootball. '25. 



John T. Cardno 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 




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Junior Class 
COLLEGE OF PHAR^LACY 

Malcolm Claus 
new orleans, la. 



Chester J. Dugas 

SCOTT, LA. 



Dorothy H. Dlnx 


A T A 


NEW ORLEANS, LA. 


Maroon, '26. 



Frank G. Fazzio 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 



Jean O'F. Francillo 
new orleans, la. 



Clarence Giroir 

RACELAND, LA. 




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Junior Class 
COLLEGE OF PHARMACY 



Remv F. Gross 

CRAMERCY, LA. 



Nelwyn McClellan 

ATA 
MORGAN CITS', LA. 



Albert W. Perez 
new orleans, la. 

Class Vice-President, '26. 



Sam J. Ragusa 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 



Isabel C. Roach 

ATA 
NEW ORLEANS, LA. 
Class Secretary-Treasurer, 



Henry E. Rolling 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 



A. Bruce Soileau 

VILLE PLATTE, LA. 



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Sophomore Class 

COLLEGE OV 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 

Roland J. Artigl es 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 

Maroon. "2G: Intramural Football. '2.^>; Sodality 
•25, ■26. 



Howard F. Bognkr 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 



Louie Boyer 

NEW ORLEANS, LA 



Armand E. Daigle 

2 A K 

THIBODEAU-V, LA. 



Roy C. Deville 

VILLE PLATTE, LA. 

Theodore j. DnnxR^' 
A 4' ;: 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 
Class Secretary-Truasurer. '26; Varsity Footliall 

Joseph F. Egan 

lii'fft/ars 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 
Intramural Football, '25. 




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Sophomore Class 

COLLEGE OF 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 

Hilary Galdin 

Be/jffars 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 

S.i.hility Prefect. '26: Class Pnsident. '25; Class 
Vire-Presideiit. "26; Dramatic Club. '26; Varsity 
Football, '^i. -25. 



Esmond A. Grosz 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 

JoHx B. Harvey 
i: A K 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 

Tniversity Band. -25; Sodality. ■2i.. '26: Orchestra, 



Arthur J. Kelly 

T B A 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 
Varsity Football. '24. '25. 

Edwix L. La n' dry 

DELCA.MBRE, LA. 
Iiitramuial Football, '25; Var.sity Football. '25. 

Ralph D. Larzelere 

NEW ORLEAKS, LA. 
University Band. ■25, '26; Soilalily. '25. '26. 

Malcolm ^Laxext 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 
University Band. '25, '26. 




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Sophomore Class 

COLLEGE OF 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 

JOSRI'H A. PkoFI. .Ml) 
N'EW ORLEANS, LA. 
Sodality. '2:,. '26. 



RLm.coi.m p. Schwarzkxbach 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 

Class Presitlont, ■If,; Dramatii' riub. '2ii: I'niv .T.sit: 
Band. '25, ■2li: Junior B,-isl<i'lbalL '2ii; Soil.ilitv 
•25. ■16. 



Leon S.arpy 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 

.Soda'ity, '25, •2t^: Inti-aniural Football. '2:.; A\'oK. 
'26; Junioi- Ba.sketball. '2tl; Di-aniatir ("Uib, 'I'H. 



Eugene Soniat 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 

i-'odalily. '25, '21;. 



SR.T*';^»'»'j-<tJ>-M'»» >«•*«**+. 






Jerome Ti jagl e 

Urt/i/iirs 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 



Dramatic Oluti. 



Cornelius P. Voorhies 

NEW IBERIA, LA. 



T. William Sammer 

SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS 




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Sophomore Class 

COLLE(^,E OF DENTISTRY 

JoHx C. Rarrodale 

BEAUMONT, TEXAS 
Maroon, 'IJ^: Fres)inian Football. "23. 



George H. Bei.axger 

ALGIERS, LA. 



Louis P. Broussard 

E K 2 
LEROY, LA. 



William A. Clark, Jr. 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 
Intramural Football, '25. 



Cl"\'DK E. Cras.sons 

^' v., A <i> Z 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 

Ma loon, "I'fi. 



Ralph W. Faracher 
s A K 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 
Class I'resiilont. '26. 



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Sophomore Class 

COLLEGE OF DEN'llsrm- 

John J. Hawkey 

KEVV ORLEANS, I,A. 



F. R. J.ACKSOX 
* <>, T H A 

DEL RIO, TEXAS 

Class Prtsirtent. '25; class Vice-Presidi-nt. 
dent Council. '21). 



Lloyd Le Hlanc 

ERATH, LA. 



Luke J-!. Leggio 

-I' !.' 

WHITE CASTLE, LA. 
Class Treasurti-, '25. 



JOHX J. MORAN 

DEMINC, NEW ME.X. 



Joseph L. Piazza 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 




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Sophomore Class 

COLLEGE OF DENTISTRY 

Verxox L. Richards 

VARDAMAX, MISS. 



Bertram Robix 

JEAN'ERETTE, LA. 
Intramural Football, '25. 



L. G. Roei.ing 

-1 * i; 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 

Wolf. '26; Cla.'s.'i Sec?n'tary. '26; Intramural Footl 
■2.5. 



Charles W. Rossner, Jr. 

CRETNA, LA. 



Joachim Troxler 

RESERVE, LA. 
University Band, '25, '26; Orchestra, '26 



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"Stf. «&«»*• aEt'«ii_»t_tS!at- 



CoLOMB, AlTj S. J. Ardoin", Barnes, Bienvexu 

Bloom, Dardis, Broussard, Burns, Cattana 

Cooper, Cain, Courtin, B. D'Antoni, J. D'Antoxi 

Darcantel, Everett, Decell, Drown, Durel 

Abraham, Fravvlev, Ganucheau, Gexdron 




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Fresnman Class 

College of Arts ana Sciences 

J. R. Ahraham, Jr. S. j. Arixiin H. Cj. Uikwexu 

T li A T P, A 

E. A. Alt J. F. Barnes 

J. D. Bloom, Jr. J. P. Bl rxs N. A. Cattaxa 

^I. U. Brolssard B. F. Caix 

T B A 



A. M. COLOMB 
Beggars 



J. E. CoURTIX 



J. S. D'AxToxi 
i: A K 



C. Cooper 

T B A 

n. J. Darcaxtel J. F. Decell 

i: a k 



B. C. D'AxToxi 



\X . J. Dardis 

P. Everett, Jr. 

J. J. Frawley 
Beggars 



F. M. Di rel 

R. G. Drowx 

P. J. Gaxucheau 
E. J. Gexdrox 



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GiLMORE, Gray, Jaubert, KREinER, LaBrliyere 

Laxce, Remson", Leonhard, Lytal, Maitland, Spran'ley 

Martin, Moore, Peyton, Pourciau, Rault 

Markey', Ritchey', Rittiner, Scully, LeBlanc 
Strayhan, Wegmann, Weilbaecher, Miller, Varenholt 




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Fresnman Class 

College ol Arts and Sciences 
J. '\'. Gir.MciRn: C. C. Jaukert V. V. \..\\\v.v\\.kv.. Jr. 

J. V). CiRAV A. P. KRi:ii)i;R 



C. J. Laxge 



A. E. Leoxhari) I). McK. IMaitlaxd 

2 A K 



O. J. LeRlAXC L. Iy\TAL 

E. A. Markey W.E.Moore H. Polrciau 

E. J. Martix M. F. Pevtox 

J. S. Scully 



G. A. Rault 
A * i; 



W. D. RiTCHE'l' 

i: A K 



]\I. Ri:,MSOX I). V. RiTTIXHR 

P. E. Miller H. L. Stra-ihax J. O. \Veilhaecher. Jr. 

W. T. Si'Raxley C. H. \VEG^LAXX li. Varexholt 




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AlMERICO, ArDOIN, BENEHhUi, liKMlt/, KoLKKtALX, BkEALX 

Calderoni, Dantone, Doody, Duanv, Filostrat 

GiRO.s', Gonzalez, Heitter, Himel, LaPrairie, H. LeBlanc 

L. LeBlanc, Mathes, Melancon, Otero, Ferret, Reed 

Ruiz, Russo, Schmidt, Smith, Surinach, Leveque 



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Freskman Class 

College of Dentistry 
A. A. Almerico O. D. Bexefield F. L. Boudreaux 

J. R. Ardoin R. a. Bexitez 

T B A 



R. Breaux 



J. Daxtone E. L. Duany 

T B A 



C. Calderoxi G. J. DoODY 

D. FiLOSTRAT H. Gonzalez J. J. Himel 

L. P. GiRON R. M. Heitter 

J. O. LaPrairie L. p. LeBlanc C. J. Melaxcon 

H. P. LeBlaxc a. Mathes 

B. S. Otero S. E. Reed F. A. Russo 

T B A 

S. F. Perret O. Ruiz A. J. Schmidt 

' C. Surinach, Jr. P. E. Smith 

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Araguel, Bacert, Bergekon, Breaux, Cotten, Dexena 

DuFFV, Dumestre, Estalote, Gaudet, Grace 

Guio.v, Hanxie, Horrell, Lottixger, McDermott, Merritt 

Morgan, Mouton, Nowalsky, Rausch, Shellhaas 

Sellers, Simon, Thompson, Villere, Wise 




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Fresnman Class 

College oi Law (Day) 



R. G. Aragl'bl 

A T A 



T. C. Bkrcerox, Jr. C. C. Cotten, Jr. 



A. Bagert E. Brealx 

L. J. Dexexa, Jr. A. C. Dl aiestre E. K. CjAudet 

R. Ci. Dl EE\- E. M. E.STALOTE 



M. E. Grace 

A T A 



J. G. Hanxie 



M. A. LoTTIXGER 
T li A 



G. S. Guiox, Jr. \V. F. Horrell 

TEA 

W. V. ^Ml'Der.mott L. L. RIorgax H. E. No\yal.srv 

A. W. ]\Ierritt ;\I. F. Moltox 

H. V. Rausch \V. H. Sellers A. F. Thompson 

T B A 

E. F. Schellhaas J. Simon 

P. F. Villere L. E. Wise 




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BalHI.MIN, HaKUN, BoLDKIlAL, C'AKIIK, CllWhR 
CUTRERA, DARDIS, DoXOVAX, FaIRCHILD 

FORET, Gentile, Gillane, Graner, Herrmann 
HiGGiNS, Impasto, Lacher, Springer, Kilmed 



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Fresnman Class 

College ol Law (Night) 

A. \l. BaCHEAHX W. J. HoLDREAU 

S. A. Baron J. M. Carter 

L. S. Conner J. Dardis 

2 N * 

L. Cltrera R. E. Donovan 

J. V. Fairchild p. Gentile 

C. A. Foret J. J. Gillane 

W. J. Graner a. F. Higgins 

A. W. Herrmann J. J. Impastato 

C. A. KiLMED C. W. Springer 

L. A. Lacher 



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Laurent, Lenkam, Loeb, Mitchell, Moise 

MuLLER, Neuhalser, Nevrev, O'Connor 
Pierce, Richard, Rodriguez, Ourso, Salsiccia 

SCHOWALTER, SARAMUZZA, TAVLOR, WasHASTROM, WILKINSON 




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Fresnman Class 

College of Law (Night) 



L. F. Laurent C. E. Loeb -''R. Moise 

H. W. Lexfaxt p. a. ^Mitchell 

R. E. Neuhauser J. O'Connor 

A. W. Mui.LER H. G. Nevrhv. Jr. 
J. H. Richard ■ R. Ourso A. \V. Pierce 

M. V. RoDRiGiEz D. T. Salsiccia 

P. J. Schowalter J. E. Taylor R. T. ^VII,KINS0N 

T. A. Scramuzza R. AVashastroai 



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Alvarez, Bevan, Brennan', Chapman-, Duffv 

Freelaxd, Glvxn, Granzin, Helscher, Humphreys 

LoEB, Oppenheim, Palm, Peck, Poteet 

Roome, Schwarz, Sporl, Stiffell, St. Paul 

Weber, Weddle, Weigel, Weinfurter 



Freshman Class 

Pre-Legal 

R. Alvarez V. Brexxax J. Duffv 

J. Bevan C. Chapmax 

N. Freeland a. Graxzix L. Humphre-^'s 

J. Glynn J. Helscher 

J. LoEB C. Palm D. Poteet 

I. Oppexheim S. Pecr 

F. RooME J. Sporl H. St. Paul 

A. Schwarz C. Stiffell 

E. AVeber G. Weigel 

A. Weddle J. J. Weixfurter 

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Special Students 

Blanche Bailev 



Neva Hoover 
Ceciee Carriere 
Lucille Montz 

Donald Van Wart 



Anna Caracashian 

Andrew Macalliso, Jr. 
Catherine Saucier 
Bernadette Smith 



Edith Weilbaecher 




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FOOTBALL 




Head Coach Richard J. Di_ con; 

Edward Reed Xat Tvcer 

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Manager Wallace M. Nicaud 

Captain-elect A. D. Smith 



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L. R. "Red" Gremilliok, Halfback 

Harold "Hal" Winling, Fullback 

Anthony "Bozo" Schiro, Halfback 

J. R. "Deuce" Domengeaux, Quarter 




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Theodore "Brute" Dimitrv, Guard 

John- "Fats" O'Keefe, Guard 

John "Hoss" Holmes, Tackle 

Euce.ve "Gene" Walet, Tackle 

Lee "Judge" Novo, Tackle 



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P. A. "Crow" GaudeTj End 

L. D. "Bob" Dunbar, Halfback 

Joseph Wolf, Halfback 

Raymond "Ray" Stulb, End 

Arthur "Crip" Kelly, End 



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Fern'And Demarest. Guard 

Claude Demarest, Tackle 

Marshall Brown, Guard 

Walter "Music" Moloxv, Tackle 

Victor "Fats" Accardo, Guard 



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Hii.ARv Gaudin, Halfback 

Edwi.v Laxdrv, Halfback 

Cornelius "Crip" Voorhies, Halfback 

Lastie "Peemo.v" Villie.v, Ouartcr 



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When first practice \vas called Septei7iher i>t the cnaclics were greeted liv the largest number 
of candidates ever recorded for a Maroon and CJold team. Practically the entire '24 team had 
reported, along with graduates froin the freshman and intramural teams. This splendid material 
a[id a good schedule gave promise of a wonderful season. Our hopes were doomed, however, 
for as the day of the first game drew near, there began a series of incidents and accidents which 
literally left the team a wreck. To climax misfortune officials of the S. I. A. A., without rhyme 
or reason, began ruling out player after player until Loyola, out of self respect, was forced to 
resign from the Association. Minus the services of fourteen men from the first string, the Wolves 
met adversity with grim determination, fighting from the first whistle of the Southwestern game 
to the last whistle of the Tennessee game. The spirit of the team \vas so marked as to earn for 
it the title of "the gamest team Loyola ever had," and indeed it was a team that \vas never beaten 
— only outscored. 

Crippled and smarting under the unjust action of the S. 1. A. .\., the ^^^)lves dropped their 
first game to Southwestern 17 to o. The same players went through the entire game without a 
rest, battling vainly against the greatest of odds, fresh men. 

The following week found the Wolves engaging Camp llenning. It was one of the most 
powerful army teams in the country which ran over and around the desperately fighting pack for 
forty-five points, the while keeping their own goal uncrossed. 

Saturday, October loth, saw the wolf pack gnawing the bones of their first kill, Mississippi 
College. Like in preceding games, the visitors grabbed off an early lead, but, unlike preceding 
games, desperate battling \vas re\varded and the Choctaws were handed the smaller end of 7 to 6. 





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Dallas Univer>ity \va^ tlu in \t inxader nt the lair. Much heraklccl were the llilkoppers. tiir 
\vifh them came the record cit a perfect goal line and not a single first down chalked against 
them. Although swamped under a 5S to 6 score, the pack surprised Dallas by registering five 
first downs and then throwing in a touchdown for good measure. 

The following Saturday, the Birmingham-Southern Panthers came to battle the Wolves. Badly 
crippled from the disastrous Dallas fray, the team fell before the only southern team to score 011 
the great Alabama, Southern Champions. The score, 38 to o, is misleading, however, as the 
game was hard fought throughout. 

It was at this time Loyola decided to se\er connections with the S. I. A. A., returning to the 
line-up several stars \vho were then gracing the sidelines. It \vas a team somewhat resembling 
its old true form that took on the Oglethorpe Petrels. The Petrels, later S. I. A. A. champions, 
the great Maurer included, were treated to a real battle, and it was well in the second half 
before the flashy halfback crossed the last white line. At the end of the game the Petrels had 
managed to eke out a 13 to o victory. 

Held in restraint for five of their first six games, the hungry Wolves simply tore the tempting 
Spring Hill morsel to pieces. Before the appetite of the "pack" was appeased, the Badgers were 
forced to accept the o from the 30 to o score. 

The second annual battle with Louisiana State gave the Cadets sweet revenge for the drub- 
bing the Wolves handed them two years ago. Held scoreless in the last half, the Tigers took 
the game by the 13 points they had gathered earlier in the game. 

Handicapped by a strange climate, a strange field and a sea of mud which considerably 
slowed up the Loyola backs, the Tennessee Doctors were held to a 2$ to iz score. With condi- 
tions more favorable, the score would probably tell a different ^tory, but e\en as it is, the closing 
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Freshman Football 1925 

The sihcr lining to our football cloud, a very decided success from every stand- 
point, was that Freshman Team, the first real Freshman Team l/oyola ever put on 
the field. Throujih their entire schedule of games went the Baby AVohes without a 
single serious threat on the part of their opponents, and the only team to question their 
right to the Freshman Championship of the South were the Vanderbilt Frosh, who 




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J. D'Amoni, Dhchi.i., HnuRciAu, Bldoe, IS. D'Antom, Fii/wii liam, Coach Reed 

niaiiatied to hold tlit- Cubs to a O-o tie. Xi-xt in importance to the X'anderbilt i;anie 
was the tussle with the L. S. I. Frosh. ui which Loyola annexed thi Freshman 
Championship of Louisiana. At the end of the season the Rats boasted a perfect goal 
line, and in addition to that, a perfect thirty yard line, a record that coming Freshman 
teams will be hard put to ecpial. 

Audubon, 17-1). Centenary, 34-<\ 

Vanderbilt, O-o. St. Stanislaus, 53-0. 

Algiers Tigers, 67-C). L. S. L'., 13-O. 




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Coach Tvcer, Rheams, Palm, Drouilhet, Durel, \ .\kimi(ii.i 
Peyton-, Weddle, Jaubert, Decell, Pourciau, J- D'An'toni 




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Basketball 



'^^^^^IlK Freshman leani, bcint: the center of interest since Lo\nhi did not put 
m C \ a xar.^ity team on the court, carried the Maroon and Ciold banner throiij^h 
m^ } the entire season without losing a single series. 

^^^^ The first call for candidates found some forty odd men rejiorting. Among 

them \wre such high school stars as Palm, Jaubert, Pourciau, Weddle and Peyton. 
\Mth this material and Nat Tycer coaching, it was evident tliat Loyola would turn 
out a winning combination. 

After a few preliminary games with frosh teams of other vmiversities, the Loyola 
five was entered in the Southern A. A. L . Tournament. Except for re\ersals of form 
at the most inopportune times, it seemed as if the Championship wovdd be ours. The 
^'. ]\L H. A., which wou the title, was twice played and beaten as many times by the 
Frofh. The tail enders in league standing proved more troublesome, and the team 
drojiped games to the (nninasts, Tokay Teas and the Sunsets. 



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Record 



Frosh iO; Jefferson College 17 

Frosh 55; Jefferson College i =j 

Frosh i9 ; St. Stanislaus zU 



St. Stanislaus 25 

V. ^L G. C 37 

Spring Hill Frosh 24 

Spring Hill Frosh 22 

Jefferson College 21 

St. Stanislaus 25 

St. Stanislaus 36 

Hebrews 23 

Tokay-Teas 11 

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Frosh i2 

Frosh 27 

Frosh. 4(1 

Frosh 41 

F'rosh ig 

Frosh 22 : 

Frosli 24 

Frosh 30 

Frosh 50; Sunsets . . 

Frosh 23; Y. AL G. C 

Fresh 29 ; Tokay Teas 

Frosh 30; Sunsets 34 

Frosh 2=i ; Hebrews 14 

Frosh 45 ; ^. AL G. C 24 



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Wegmann, f . ; ScHARZEN'BACH, g. ; Sar?v, c. ; Drown, r. ; Gkndkon', f . ; "Ooc" E'iSKixE 
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Junior Basketball 



Scni;i)i LE 

Davit K. C 23; Loyola 38 

H. M. H. A 12; Loyola 13 

Warriors 19; Loyola 18 

Sunsets 25; Loyola 5 

K. C 31 ; Loyola 9 

Troop 65 40; Loyola 20 

KlNGSLEY 25; Loyola 20 

Tokay Teas 23; Loyola 19 

Y. M. G. C 17; Loyola 23 

St. Stanislaus 31 ; Loyola 33 

Verrina 24; Loyola 25 



NoLAS 8 ; 

N. O. Academy 20; 

Davit K. C 11; 



Loyola 45 

Loyola 18 

Loyola 33 



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Manager Lastie \'illiex 
Coach Bruce Haves Captain James Voriioff 

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the Annual goes to press baseball Is just getting under way, but early as it is, 
prospects are very encouraging. H.uce Ha\'es, one of the best baseball coaches 
in the South, is in charge of the team and is bLuliling his nine around Captain 
■jininiy Vorhoff, Hob Dunbar, Hughie Rogers and A. D. Smith, the only players 
remaining from the 1924 team (there \Aas no varsity baseball in 1925). Coach 
Hayes expects these men, ejpeciall\ Dunbar and Vorhoff, to be the outstanding stars 
of the year, both being natural born players with a great deal of experience added on. 

Captain Vorhoff will hold down second base, while Dunbar is the "ace" of the 
Loyola hurling corps. It might be noted in passing that these men have repeatedly 
turned down professional offers rather than mterrupt their college courses. 

Practice during March received a serious set back due to the heavy rains which 
continued throughout the month and prevented the team's reaching its form for the 
opening of the season. 

The new field was formally dedicated to the use of baseball on Wednesday, March 
3J, when the team met the strong nine from Auburn. The game went to Auburn, 
6-S, due more to the jioor base running of otu" players than to the eight hits marked 
against Bob Dunbar. The next da\' Auburn rode with comparative ease to a 13-2 
victory, the visitors finding Nobile's offerings frequently. 

A series with Spring Hill was started at Mobile, April 4th, with Lo\ola dropping 
the game 8-j. Ajiril 3th gave the Wolves revenge and the series was split by the 
.score of 12-8 for Loyola. 

Returning to New Orleans, the two teams again split a series, Loyola winning 
the first game with 8-7, and Spring Hill taking the second 10-2. 

With the substantial improvement which is .soon expected to manifest itself in the 
pitching staff, the remaining games of the season will undoubtedly show Loyola to 
much greater advantage. 



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^lubs & Organizations 

Bw^ ^our rvar-clubs and your weapons, 
Breal( the red slone from this quarry. 
Mould and mal(e it into peace-pipes. 
Take the reeds that groiv beside you, 
Decl( them rvith your brightest feathers. 
Smoke the calumet together. 

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STUDENT COUNCIL 

Eugene A. Guedrv, Philip S. Clark, Jr., Charles C. Cotte.v, Jr., Joh\ F. Holme 
Frederick R. Jackson, Lea.vder Lorio, Wallace M. Nicaud 
Anthokv J. NoBiLE, John H. O'Keefe, Peyton R. Tunstall 



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COMEAUX, CrASSOX, AleMAN', DE Nl'X, DOLESE 

Jackson, Legcio 
Harrison, Moran, Nicaud, Perret, Maumus 

ROSSNER, TUNSTALL, TUMINELLO, TllERIOT, TrOXLER 



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Psi Omega 

Foundeil ;it Paltimore Colk'^e nf neiital SuiL;tr> in i S92 
^6 .litivi- Chnptiis /-\! .lliinini C/ia/iliis 

DELTA OMECJA CHAPTER 

Estnbllshfii 1921 

Officers 

S. C. Aleman' CitiiiJ Masler 

L. R. Maumus liiiiKir CrmiJ Mashr 

R. II. DoLESE Scirflary 

F. R. Jackson Trrasiirrr 

C. W. ROSSNER /llr/ltiiillJI 

R. II. DoLESE .... Edilur of till- l-'rali-r 

Members 
S. C. Ai.EMAx I.. R. Maumus 

J. C. CoMEAux J. Morax 

C. E. CrASSONS \V. M. N'lCALD 

A. R. Denu.x N. E. Ferret 

R. H. DOLESE C. W. ROSSNER 

F. J. Harrison M. A. Theriot 

F. R. JACKSOX P. R. TUXSTAI.I. 

L. LeCGIO J. A. TUMIXELLO 

J. Tro.xi.er 




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Dr. Grasses 



Dr. Weilbaecher 

Annis, Guedry, Kent 

LeBlanc, Nobile, Petitjean 




Beta Pki Sigma 

Founded at Buffalo College of Pharmacy in 1888 

la:\ibi)a chapter 

Estah!i>hed in 1924 

Officers 

Dr. J. J. Crasser Deputy Grand Coumilor 

l^R. J. O. WEiLCAtCHER I'fncrahl f Siiffe 

Anthony Nobile Xohli- Si?iinr 

J. N. Pe'MTjean U'orlhy Junior 

Harold Kent Exilirqurr 

Eugene CIledry Sienorjraplier 

U. S. Am.en Conductor 

A. H. LeBlanc Miirslial 



U. S. Allen' 
Malcolm Claus 
Frank Fazzio 
Dr. J. J. Crasser 
Eugene Guedry 
Remy Cross 



Members 



Harold Kent 
A. H. LeBlanc 
Sidney Levet 
Anthony Nobile 
Albert Perez 
J. N. Petitjean 



Dr. J. O. Weilbaecher 




Brittingham, Dardis, DeBaron'celli, Gaudet 
Harvev, Hyla\d, McShane, Pedneau 
Saucier, Schwartz, St. Paul, Temple 



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Sigma Nu Pki 

Founded at Cjeorjjietown I niversity in 1903 

EDWARD DOUGLASS WHITE CHAPTER 

Established in 1925 

Honorary Member 
Hon. William H. Byrnes, LL.D. 

Officers 

Joseph O. Schwartz Cluumllor 

Pall A. Gauret First riii-CliaiiaUoi 

Sidney C. Saucier Second l'ici--Clianccllor 

Joseph Daruis Muster of Rolls 

Clarence \V. Springer .... Rnjistrar 'of Exclirqiur 
Thomas A. Pedneau , . Mars/ml 

Members 
William R. Adams Louis E. Jung 

Ja.vies N. Briitingham F^duard J. McShane 

Joseph Dardis Thomas A. Pedneau 

Claude J. De Baroncei.li Robert D. Samsot 

Paul A. Gaudet Sidney' C. Saucier 

Ey'Lieff W. Hansen Joseph O. Schwartz 

William H. Harvey Clarence W. Springer 

Joseph D. Hvland Russell J. St. Paul 

Keith R. Temple 



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BOUDREAUX, BOUDREAUX, BrOUSSARR, CoMEAUX 

DeRouex, Doody 

Edrincton', Hietter, Landry, Lancridge 

NicAUD, Nolan, Ruffo, Simmons 




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Lpsilon Kappa Sigma 

Fouik'hiI at ruhuie t'liiver^ity, New Orleans, in ii)2.i 

BETA CHAPTER 

E^.tahli^lled in 1923 

Officers 

J. C. Noi.AN" Grand Crusader 

S. J. ]5nLi)REAUX /■/'((• Grand Cnisadrr 

A. R. deNux S CI r clary 

J. Simmons Treasurer 

\V. M. NicAuD Liclnr 

Dr. (}rasser Faculty Advisor 

HoXORAR\' Ml^MBERS 
Dr. J. O. \\'eildaecher A. J. Bonomo, I.L.D. 

Fernand Teissier, LL.B. 

Me.mbers 

F. K. Awis G. J. DooDA' 

Leo I-Ioudreaux H. S. Edri.vgton 

Louis Broussard R. M. Heuter 

Marcus Broussard Edwin Landrv 

J. A. CoMEAux, Jr. F. Landridge 

Alpha DeRouen Thta Ruefo 

ClAVION VOORHIES 




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BoAGM, Daicle, J. D'Antoni, Decell, Domekgeaux 

Dunbar, Fabacher, Hopkins 
Maitland, Nobile, O'Keefe, Ritchie, A. D. Smith 
P. E. Smith, Sullivan, Villien, Weddle, Winling 




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Sigma Alpka Kappa 



Founded at Loy<ila Inivei^ity in 1923 

Officers 

Ralph Fabacher PiisiJenl 

Joseph D'Antoni I'id-I'risiJi nl 

George Sui.livax Srirrtary 

Ambrose Weddle Tii-asiiicr 

Joseph Decell Ilisloiian 

William Ritchie .... Si-ri/nint-iil-.h ms 
Do.vAi.D Mai I LAND C/iapliiin 



]\Iember.s 



Edward Roagni 
Armand Daigle 
Joseph D'Antoni 
Joseph Decell 
Rudolph Domengeaux 
Prescott Dunbar 
Ralph Fabacher 
Clifford Hopkins 
Donald Maitland 



Walter Molony 
Anthony Nobile 
John O'Keefe 
William Ritchie 
Alfred Smith 
Prescott Smith 
George Sullivan 
Lastie Villien 
Ambrose Weddle 



Harold Winling 




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AlpKa Plii Delta 

Founded at Loyola I iiiversity in 1923 

Officers 

LiOYD Adams Pre 

D. O. Smith I'ice-Prcsidint 

P. M. Flanagan Scinlary 

Thomas Fomknv Trrasuier 

J. A. Smuh, Jr llisiriritit! 



Members 



Lloyd Adams 
D. T- Barrancer 
K. C. Barrancer 
L. W. Bergeron 
Edward Boagni, Jr. 
R. U. Carter 
\V. J. Curren 
L. D. Dunbar 



P. M. Flanagan 
Edward CJe.nerellv 
(;. S. CIraham 
R. E. Harris 
C'l.ovis LaPrairie 
n. O. Smith 
J. A. Smith, Jr. 

TllO.VIAS TO.MENV 



John Willia.ms 



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Blanchard Colomb H. Dempsey Egan 

Frawley Gaudet Gaudin 

Glas Kammer Spranlev Tujacue 



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Beggars 

Founded at Loviila I'liivcrsity in 1923 

Officers 

P. A. Gaudet PriiiJent 

Hilary Gaudix J'ice-Prcsidcnt 

Fran'cis Kammer Secretary 

Joseph Ecan' Treasurer 

jVIemhers 
Rudolph Blanchard, Jr. Paul A. Gaudet 

Arthur Colomb Hilary Gaudin- 

Harold Dempsey Jerry Glas 

Joseph Ecan' Fraxcis Kammer 

John Frawley- William Spranlev 

Jerome Tujacue 




Ardoik, Bailev, Bemtez, Billiu, Booth, Bourgeois 

Abraham 

Brolssard, Brous'oArd, Clark, Cooper, Daxton'e, Dolese 

Ferrv, Gen'drox, Grace, Gremillion, Holmes, Horrell 

Jackson, Kelly, Lottincer, Maumus, Mouras, Mouton 

NicAUD, Nolan', Rausch, Reed, Schiro, Stulb 




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Upsilon Beta Lambda 

Founded at Loyola rni\tT>it\ in 1925 

Officers 

Matthew A. Gkace Grand Dukr 

Robert H. Doi.ese I'ice-Giand Duke 

Marcus Broussard Secrriary 

Joseph Oantone Trrasurei 

Lolts Ferry Cliii-f Inquisitor 

Joseph Abraham. Jr llisloruin 



Joseph R. Abraham, J 
SiuNEV J. Ardoix 
Pall F. Bailey 
Raphael A. Bexitez 
Franxis M. Billiu 
Al N. Booth 
Werner A. Bourgeois 
Marcus A. Broussard 
Marion' V. Broussard 
Philip S. Clark, Jr. 
Calvin A. Cooper 



Members 
Joseph D. Dantone 
Robert H. Dolese 
Louis J. Ferry 
Clifi-ord p. CJendron 
Matthew A. CJrace 
Louis R. Gremillion" 
Alfred Hanemann, Jr. 
William J. Holmes 
William F. Horrell 
Frederick R. Jackson 
Arthur J. Kelly 



Morris A. Lottinger 
Louis F. Maumus 
Charles E. Mitchell 
Edgar A. Mouras 
Franklin J. Mouton 
Wallace M. Nicaud 
Joseph C. Nolan 
Herbert V. Rausch 
Sylvan E. Reed 
Anthony J. Schiro 
Raymond A. Stulb 




Crassons 

ROELING 



DlMITRY 

Whitley 



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Delta Pki Sigma 

Founded at Lnynla rni\cr^it\ in 1924. 

Officers 

Ci.vnE Crasso\s President 

TiiEODnRE DiMiTRV J' iie-Pirsuieul 

Andrkvv WiiiTLEv Sreretary-Treasurer 

Members 
Clyde Crassons Llovd Roelint: 

Theodore Dimitry Andrew Whitley 

Gerald Rault Albert Yenm 



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Beaud 


Castilhon 


DUNiN' 


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POPOVICH 


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Lambda Tau LamLda 



Founded at Loyola I'liiversity in 1924 

Officers 

Therese Revnes Preskii- 

Gkace Taylor I'ii i-1'iiiiJini 

Leontine Castilliox Seciftary-Trtiuurir 



AIembers 



Rosalie Araglel 
Clothilde Beald 
Stella deBolchel 
Leontine Castillion 
Dorothy Dunn 



Nelwyn" McClellax 
Thelma Popovich 
Therese Reynes 
Isabel Roach 
Grace Taylor 



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Abraham Duxn' 

Artigoes Father King 

Crassons Voorhies 



Drown 



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The Maroon 

Published twice every month during the scholastic year hy the students of Loyola University, 

New Orleans, La. 

Father T. Kino, S. J. 
family Dimtor 

Staff 

J. Howard Leveque Editor 

Joseph Abraham, Jr Mdiiai/iiu/ Edilor 

Dorothy Dunn Cinulalion 

Reporters 
Richard Drown 
Roland Artigues 
Clyde Crassons 
Cornelius Voorhies 




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ROELING, BAlLE-i-, \'lLLIEN", SaRPY 

BoAGxi, Bii.Liu, Taylor 

TUMINELLO, FrAWLEY, StULB 



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Wolf Staff 



Pa I I. F. Bailey 

EililDi'in-Cliifj 



Lastie M. Villien 

Assoiialf Editor 



\AA)\n d. RoHI.IN'G 
Sports Eiiitar 

Leon Sari>v, Johx J. Frawlhv 
Rosalie Araglel, Iu.izaheth CjRace 

.IJ-z'rrtismi/ 

Ra\M()X1) Stllh 

.-Iris and Sihnir Riprrsentalive 

Joseph Ti mixei.lo 

Denial Riprrsmlali-ve 

I'dWARH I^OAOXI 
l.aiv Represintalhvc 

(iRACE TA^ I.OR 
Phannat y Rtprisi'nlaliiw 

FraXCIS BlLLIU 
Slajf .Irtist 



Fathi;r L. ^Il lrv. S. J. 
Mr. J. LAiMnRi;, S. J. 

fai ulty Dinctors 




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BOGNER, EGAN'j FLEURIET 

GAUDIN 

HAXE.MAXX, KA.MMER, VEXXI 




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Sodality of the Blessed Virgin 



Officers 

Father Martin Burke, S. J Moderalnr 

Hilary Gaudin frcjcct 

Alfred HaxeiMAxx First Assistant 

Philip Clark Second Assistant 

Howard Bogxer . . . Si-crctary-Tnasunr 
Milton Fleuriet . . Good Readin;/ Sfclion 

FRA>iCis ICammer C/iarity Section 

Joseph Egan Iquinas Seiiion 

Malcolm Yenni . . . Eucharistic Section 



Joseph Abraham, Jr. 
Emile Alt 
Sidney Ardoin 
Roland Artigues 
Paul Bailey 
John F. Barnes 
C. A. Bernius 
Harold Biexvenu 
Francis Billiu 
J. D. Bloom 
Edward Boagni 
Howard Bogner 
Werner Bourgeois 
Louie Boyer 
Marion Broussard 
Patout Burns 
Benet Cain 
Nicholas Cattana 
Philip Clark 
Arthur Colomb 
James Courtin 
Armand Daigle 
B. C. D'Antoni 
T. S. D'Antoni 
Henry Darcantel 



Members 

William Dardis 
Joseph Decell 
Bernard Dempsey 
Roy Deville 
Theodore Dimitry 
Richard Drown 
Francis Durel 
Joseph Egan 
Peter Everett 
Milton Fleuriet 
John Frawley 
Paul Ganucheau 
Hilary Gaudin 
Edward Gendron 
Jerry' Glas 
Esmond Grosz 
Alfred Hanemann 
Walter Hanemann 
John Holmes 
Charles Taubert 
Francis Kammer 
Philip LaPruyere 
Edwin Landry 
Charles Lange 
Albert Leonhard 
T. Howard Leveoue 
Andrew Macaluso 



Donald Maitland 
Malcolm Manent 
Edward Markey' 
James Markey 
Peter Miller 
Anthony Muller 
John H. O'Keefe 
Marion Peyton 
Joseph Profumo 
Gerard Rault 
Marcel Remsox 
Daniel Rittiner 
William Sammer 
Leon Sarpy 
M. Schwarzexbach 
James Scully 
Eugene Soniat 
Harvey Strayhan 
Jerome Tujacue 
Harold Varenholt 
Edwin Vega 
Charles Wegmann 
Joseph Weilbaecher 
Albert Yenni 
Malcolm Yenni 



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BERGERON', FIN'XORX. GRACE, GllLLOT 

LOTTIVGER, MILLER 
MURPHY, SCRAMUZZA, SMITH, WALET 




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Members 

John- J. Connors 
Richard T. Crosby 
John J. Finnorn 



Matthew A. Grace 
James P. (^uillot 
Morris A. Lottinger 



Percy Moise 
Alden \V. Muller 
John B. Murphy 



Joseph A. Scramuzza 
John A. Smith, Jr. 
Eugene H. Walet 



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BiENVENu, Bloom, Bocxer, Burns, Cain 

Dardis, Decell, Gaxucheau, Gaudin 

Kammer, LaBruvere, Father Mulry, 

Macaluso, Markev, Rault, Ritchie 

Sarpv, Schwarzen'bach, Stravhax, Tujague, Voorhies 




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Tke Loyola Dramatic and Oratorical Club 



Officers 

Howard Bocner FrrsiJint 

Hilary Gaudi\ I'ite-Prrsidcnt 

Malcolm Schwarzenbach Secretary 

Father Lol is J. Mi lrv. S. J. 
Faciilly .Idviser 

Gernox Brovvx, LL.B. 
Dramatic Director 



AIembers 



Harold Biewenu 
J. D. Bloom 
Howard Bocser 
Patout Burns 
Ben'et Cain 
William Dardis 
Joseph Decell 
Paul Ganucheau 
Hilary Galdik 
Francis Kammer 



Philip LaBruyere 
Andrew Macaluso 
Edward Markey 
Gerard Rault 
William Ritchie 
Leon Sarpy 

Malcolm Schwarzenbach 
Harvey Strayhan 
Jerome Tujague 
Cornelius Voorhies 




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PERRET 
DOLESE 



ROSSNER 
COMEAUX 



The Dental Journal 



Issued (Jliiir/irly I>\ tin Ihild OiiKijii ('Jia/'tir rif the I'si Oiniyii J-'riitoiii/y 

Officers 

NORBERT E. PeRRET Edit')r-iu-( 'Ji'uj 

Charles \V. Rossxer 

Assistanl EJilor 

RdRERT II. DoI.ESE 
Assisiant Editor 



I. A. CoMEAl X, Jr. 
Uusiness Manaijcr 



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JOHN B. MURPHY JOHN J. FINNORN 



LEAH E. BERTEL 



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Loyola Law Journal 



Issued Quarterl\ b\ the StiuU'Tits of the Schools of Laxv 
of Loyola I'niversity 



Editorial Staff 

John' B. Murphv Ed'itnr-ui-Chirf 

John J. Finnorn- Assistant Editor 

Leah E. Bertel Proof Editor 

Dei'artmfxtal Editors 

John" J. Finnorn P. Michael Flanagan 

Albert Levy Pall A. Galdet 

William Gallagher Alden \V. Muller 

Associate Editors 

Lawrence \V. Bergeron Harry Cabral 

Moseman Simoneaux Peter C. Cabral 

Nicole Simonealx Joseph Darbis 

William Gallagher, Secretary 

BisixEss Staff 
Herman Midlo Albert T. Thompson 

J. Edmoni) Douglas George Guion 

Henry Jacobs Matthew A. Grace 

Plauche F. Villere Ellis Itzkovitch 

Facui.t\' Advisers 

Hon. M\kk M. Boatner. Dean Rev. John D. Follkes, S. J., Regent 

Alfred J. Bonomo, Secretary of Schools of Laii: 




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The Ladies Auxiliary of Marquette Association 



Loyola U niversity 

Ri:v. F. n. Sum, HAN, S. J., Facully Adviser 



Officers 

Mrs. Larz A. Jones I'rrsidcnt 

Miss Leonora Dki. Kondio First I'ii r-Prisidi nt 

Mrs. Edward Ford SrconJ f'iir-Prisidint 

Mrs. Harrv McCi.oskev .... Third I'lic-Presidi'nt 

Miss A.vrEi.iA Cade . Fourth l'iii--Prcsident 
Miss Alice A. Leckert . Fiiiandal Secrrtary 
Mrs. J. D. Bi.otm . Corresponding Secretary 
Miss Marv A. Walsh .... Treasurer 

COAIMITTEF. OX CiROUXD.S 
Miss Anna McNeill, Chairman 

Committee ox Extertaix.mexts 
Mrs. N. F. Tiiiderge, Chairman 

Committee ox Membership 

Mrs. T. C Nicholls, Chairman 



Co.MMITTEE OX LiFE AIeMBERSHIP 
Miss Eleanor Reames, Chairman 



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YOUNG WOMEN S ORGANIZATION, LOYOLA 



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Young Women s Organization 

Loyola 

Rev. F. D. Sli.i.ivan, S. J., Director 



Hoard of DiRiicioRs 
Madeleine Bavon" 

Mrs. Henry B. Curiis Lillian Davkies 

DoROTiiv Diamond 
Percival Douglas 
Ethel Duffy 
Mrs. Albert S. Foley 
Mrs. H. G. Meador 
Mrs. E. B. Norman 
Marguerite Sullivan 
Gladys Voelkel 



Lillian Christ 



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Loyola Band 



Officers 

P^ATHER G. F. Francis, S. J Faculty Director 

Professor Cupero Director 

Joseph Tuminello President 

TiTTA RuFFO I'ice-Preiident 

Anthony Muller Librarian and Manager 



Members 



Altos— 

Malcolm Yexni 
Ralph Larzalere 
JOHX B. Harvey 
Edward Estalotte 

Baritones — 

Francis Billiu 
Milton" Laporte 

Basses — 

Joseph Tuminello 
Nathan Gaston' 
B. C. D'Antoni 

Clarinets — 

A. J. Schmidt 
Edwin Vega 



Cornets — 

Titta Ruffo 
Armand Daigle 
Joachim Troxler 
Milton Fleuriet 
Toseph Mauderer 
Leonard Denena, Jr. 

Drums — • 

Francis Kammer 
Malcolm Manent 
Benet Cain 
L. Boudreaux 

Saxophones — ■ 

Raymond Stulb 
Harold Bienvenu 
Clifford Gendron 



Trombones — ■ 

Anthony Muller 
Raphael Benitez 
W. Hanemann 
A. Hanemann 
Edward Gendron 





You Gotta Bea Gripa 

With a graceful bow we beg to introduce ourselves. We are the luiancient, uiibe- 
nevolent Order of Ciri|H'rs. We are primarily a handball organization, founded for the 
purpose of furthering, facilitating and consummating the practice of crabbing and pro- 
testing all unfavorable decisions in handball games. Every close or near close decision 
goes in our favor; if we allow our opponents to claim it we are cheating — moreover we 
do wrong in allowing them to cheat. A line ball placed by our opponents is always out. 
W^e see it with our own eyes. We are a lusty, flourishing society, being composed of the 
loudest speakers in the L iii\ersity. (^ur roll claims, among other celebrities, the "King" 
of the courts. Our number is restricted — we are select. Only an exceptionally high 
grade of griping will entitle you to our initiation. Charter members prize their card 
and guard it under lock and key alongside of their graduation certificate. Our Greek 
ancestry is ever so genuine, forsooth: CiOTTA BEA GRIPA. W^e are sure you are 
interested. So for further information kindly consult Ray Grp* Stulb or Edwin Grp* 
Landry. 



'■'Griper. 




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Modern History 



The RANCH has become tradition at Loyola. Why it was ever called the Ranch in the first 
place, or H-ho named it that, seems to be somewhat in doubt. Some say it was Texas Barnes who 
did it while others hold that it was the brilliant idea of Nellie Gilmore. After many days of 
diligent questioning the writer was as far from finding out as when he began. But while there is 
such widespread uncertainty as to who named it, there is no doubt at all as to why the house was 
called the Ranch. Here, all the stories agree. 

The Ranch is the official home of the football men. Football men are noted for the odd ideas 
they have of what constitutes fun. It has been the experience of the writer that football men 
never seem to be having a really enjoyable time unless they are wrecking some other brother's room 
while he is absent, or painting his face with ink when he is present, but sleeping, or putting axle 
grease on the doorknob. We believe it was Red Gremillion who took apart Cotten's bed and 
hung it out of the window ; and if we remember correctly, it was Charlie Cotten who took all the 
slats from Red's bed, cut the bristles of three toothbrushes and sprinkled them between the sheets. 

Such is the wild life at the Ranch. A fellow has to be on his guard constantly. It is not safe, 
for instance, to walk into a room without first looking at the top of the door, for there may be a 
waste paper basket so placed up there that when you open the door it will drop on your head. It is 
never wise to walk in the halls at night for some thoughtless person may have unwittingly left 
several chairs there, or may have moved the table or the piano and the electric light, so that you 
would stumble against them in the dark. 

But even despite these barbarities, strange to say, the Ranch has its own estimable code of 
ethics. It is not considered good form to molest another when he is sick unto death or when he is 
studying. (It is said that occasions for breaking the latter regulation are quite rare.) And never 
for a minute would a fellow think of playing a trick on his roommate. It just isn't done. Room- 
mates stick together to defend themselves against other fellows and their roommates. It is a case 
of room against room. 

Now to complete this dissertation, we must observe that besides the human dwellers at the 
Ranch there are two other creatures who rightly deserve liberal mention in this year-book. They 
are Tululu, the landlady's poodle and Loco, her parrot. Anent Tululu, there was a story printed 
in the Maroon. It ran something like this: "There's a little poodle dog over at the 
Ranch. They call him, her, or it, Tululu. One day Gilmore was hungrily munch- 
ing a sandwich on the porch. Little Tululu came sniffing around J. Y. as if asking 
for lunch. Gilmore looked up at his, her, or its mistress. 'May I throw him, her, or 
it a little bit?' he inquired of the landlady. 'Certainly you may,' she replied, pleased 
at this outburst of generosity. Whereupon, Gilmore picked up the kiyoodle by the 
nape of the neck and heaved him over the rail. 'And if Tululu comes back, ma'm,' 
he asked the lady, may I throw him, her, or it a little bit more?'" 
And just the other day, the landlady asked Cal Cooper to rescue Loco from the top of a tree 
into which she had flown. So Cal grabbed a brick and knocked the poor polly down. We would 
like to set down just what Loco herself said to Cal, but we can't — Budge might think we were 
stealing his stuff. 

And now in closing, we feel it our duty to console the reader with the assurance that despite so 
much that is all the time going on at the Ranch and that the boys play so many tricks upon one 
another, there is really no enmity at all. Everything is taken in good faith. A person knows better 
than to get peeved about anything. 

So, the Ranch has become tradition at Loyola. There is no other institution in the world like it 
— and, according to Pourciau, there never will be. 



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^-— -^K are all interested in the "How" and "Why" of things. A 
f I ^ natural and wholesonit curiosity ever urges us to seek out the 
\M^r causes of things, to learn the means by which they were ac- 
complished. Every kind of human progress, traced to its source, is found 
to spring from this God-given inquisitiveness in the mind of man. 
Geniuses are simply those who are intelligently and perseveringly inquisi- 
tive to a remarkable degree. 

Would you know then — you who have read the foregoing pages — the 
"Why" and "How" of this book? The answer is to be found written 
upon the pages which follow. As a student or friend of Loyola, you will 
not be indifferent to it. ^'ou will appreciate the announcements of our 
friends in these next pages — our friends and yours, the advertisers in the 
Wolf, many of whom arc responding to our appeal for the second and 
third time. Their contributions of money are the "Why" and "How" 
of this volume, for without them its publication would not have been 
feasible. Let their generosity find its reward in your good-will toward 
them. As a possessor of the Wolf, you owe some return to those who 
have made it possible. Give them \our patronage. Let them know that 
the Wolf Ad brought you to their door. It will create friends for your- 
self and for Loyola; it will insure the success of Loyola publications. 

The Wolf Staff. 




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Compliments of 



THE CITY OF NEW ORLEANS 




ARTHUR J. O'KEEFE 

Mayor 



GEORGE J. GLOVER COMPANY 



INCORPORATED 



BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 

Whitney-Central Building 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 

Telephone Main 1275 



Office Buildings 

Railiuay Buildings 

jyianuf a during Plants 

Pile Foundations 



MEMBER 

American Society for Testing Materials 

American Concrete Institute 

Contractors' and Dealers' Exchange of New Orleans 




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JESUITS^ HIGH 

New Million Dollar High School 
in Course of Construction 

Canollton Avenue, Banks and Palmyra S;reets 



Grakam Printing 

Co., Ltd. 



STATIONERS 

PRINTERS 
BOOKBINDERS 



515-517 Magazine Street 
Phone Main 1066 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

CHALMETTE 

PETROLEUM 

CORPORATION 

1 320 Union Indemnity 
Building 



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ALBERT J. DERBES. C. P. A. LOUIS H. PILIE. C. P. A. 

LORAINE J. LAMPTON, C. P. A. 



DERBES, PILIE ^ LAMPTON 



CERTIFIED PUBLIC 
ACCOUNTANTS 



332-333 Whitney-Central Building 
Phone Main 125 




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The Loyola Band Uses and Endorses 





BAND INSTRUMENTS 




Free Lessons — Easy Terms 
Write for Catalog, Pnces, Terms 



Lur^dit liusic House SoutJi 
Mew Orleans Baton Rouse 



P. 


E. COURTIN 




FEED STORE 




Dealer in 


Hay, 


Corn, Oats, Bran, Straw, 


Corn 


A4eal, Cotton Seed Meal, 


Alfalfa Hav, Bagged Hulls, Horse | 


and 


Vlule Feed, Hen and Chick 


Feed. 






Distributor 




Sugared Schumacher 




Dairy Feed 




Phone Hemlock 852 


Corner Broad and De Solo Streets 



Frencn 
Opera 
Coff 



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fRtUCHDPtBA 



wrEuciiioi'' 



Blended with chicory, was devel- 
oped to suit the Southern taste, and 
for years has accomplished this re- 
sult. 

It is the typical New Orleans 

Coffee. 

All Grocers Sell 1 1 

American Coffee Co, 

INC( lUi'clKATEVl 

RICHARD C. DROWN, Gen"! Mgr. 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



WORTH 



INCORPORATED 



7 1 1 Canal Street 



COATS—SUITS-DRESSES 

"// Worth Has It^lt Has Worth'' 



TvJo Happy Hang-outs for 
University? Men 

The College Shop 

7534 Maple St. 

The College Room 

One of ihe Features of Our New Store 

YOU'LL BE HEARTILY 

WELCOME EITHER PLACE, 

ANY TIME 

90Years of Safisfactori] Service 
826 Canal, Near Haroiine 



Give unto Caesar thai which is 
Caesar's and unto Schellhaas that 
which IS Schellhaas' — 

CAKES FOR ALL 
OCCASIONS 

Birthdav Parties 
Weddings 

SEE 

SCHELLHAAS 

In Freshman Day Law Class or 
Pkone Jackson 9211 



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MEYER BROTHERS DRUG CO. 




INCORPORATED 




Tke 


Largest Drug House 
In tke WorM 

Established 1852 




NEW ORLEANS 




ST. LOUIS 



Compliments 

Williains-Ricnarason 
Company 

LIMITED 

Wholesale Dry Goods and 

Notions 

Men's Furnishmg Goods 



L A. PREJEAN 

HylanJ Pkoto 
Studio 

Photography SpeciaUst 

4205 Magazine Street 
New Orleans 




After the Loyola Dances 
Come to the 

MORNING CALL COFFEE STAND 

Famous for its Coffee 

JURISICH BROS., Props. 

FRENCH VEGETABLE MARKET 

New Orleans 



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Established 1855 

WILL ^ BAUMER CANDLE CO. 

Syracuse, N. Y. 

Makers of 

The Highest Grades of Candles for household use. Noted for qual 

ity, artistic perfection, harmony of coloring, and 

appropriateness of design. 

IVrite for Our Booklet 

"THE WITCHERY OF CANDLELIGHT" 

and also 

"LIGHT OF THE AGES" 

mentioning this ad. 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

THE NEW ORLEANS LAND CO. 

305 Whitney-Central Bank Building 
Main 134 

Developers of land known as 
LAKEVIEW 



We Are Now at Your Service with 

NEW SPRING AND 
SUMMER APPAREL 

Our moderate pricings for dependable 
merchandise will please you. 

Regardless of What You Need You Can 
Always Buy It Here with Confidence 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

RickardT.McBride 
Stanley W. Ray 




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SUMMER SUIT HEADQUARTERS 

Cullege Models. Washable and Tropical Suits, consisting of Irish 
Linen. Miami Cloth. Palm Beach Flannels and Mohairs. 

EVERY GARMENT WARRANTED 
$12.50 to $33.00 




AVAX 

ANDERp 

126 ST.CHARLES' 



Largest Collection of Antiques 
in America 

WM. FELDMAN 

437 Royal Street 







BALDWIN S^^ 






Large 


For Sporting Goods 
and complete stocks of all that is needed for both ir 


door and 


outdoor 


Camp £ 


Wright 

t Common 


sports. 

Distributors 

and Ditson Tennis, Golf and Athletic S 

Dunlop Super Service Tires and Tubes 

Maf^e this store ]}our headquarters 


applies. 
Phone 


Main 386 



Students 


of Loyola 


Come to 


Ckerardy 


&> Melkie 


Ta^ 


Tors 


IMPORTEFIS 


OF WOOLENS 


Phone Main 4483 


716 Common St. 



Compliments of a 

^WELL-WISHER" 

'With A. D. Smith, Ca^- 

tain, the Wolves Will 

Eat Em U^" 



In the Heart of the Vieux Carre 
Loyola Students Welcome at 

The Original French 

Market Coffee Stand 

St. Ann at Decatur St. 

Opposite Jackson Square 

OPEN ALL NIGHT 



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ROYAL CUT-RATE 
PHARMACY 

LOUIS A. CASTILLON, Piu|ini-tor 

Royal and Ursuline. New Orleans 

Phone Main 9488 



Don't Ask If We Have It. Tell 

Us to Send It 

MILAN PHARMACY 

L. J. AUCOIN. Ph.G., Prop. 

Cor. Milan and Magnolia Sis. 
Phone Uplown 9237 



SERVICE— PURITY— QUALITY 

BEAUCOUDRAYS 
PHARMACY 

EL'llENE H. JiK.'kUi '( il'LiRA V. I'h.C 

Pharmacist and Chemist 

4640 S. Claiborne Ave., Corner Upperline 



AMES, AL-.KE 




ALCOHOL, 70% 

For Massage, Bath and Sick Room, 

and Every External Use of 

Rubbing Alcohol 
FOR EXTERNAL USE ONLY 
If taken internally will cause seri- 
ous gastric disturbances 
PINTS, 50c— ALL STORES 

Ames Laboratory, L-46 

New Orleans 



GEORGE McNULTY 

Pnarmacist 

3800 Magazine St., Cor. Penislon 

Phone Uptown 9182 

New Orleans 



Success C 


epen 


ds upon Service 


We 


Are 


Successj id 


AUG. 


c. 


FLACH 


Pharmacist and Optometrist 

2400-02 Washington Avenue 
Cor. Howard Street 



GIARRATANO'S 
PHARMACY 

"The Feru Besi" 

Napoleon Ave. and S. Robertson 
Uptown 6671 or Uptown 9217 

iln-r Aiiuiit an " 'ht-iiiii al 8u<_iety 
>t\v Orl'Miis Aciidemy of St-iences, 



Ch 



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Preparation uf Beef in Liquid Form Tuilh 

Aromalics 
A Ionic which gives nourishment and a sys- 
tem-builder after illness or overworked 
conditions. As}^ Your Doctor. 
For Sale at Drug Stores 

Clialin-Ipser Drug Co. 

Inr,,ii„„-:it..<i 

New Orleans. La. 



Duggan's Pharmacy 

L. H. KNOBLOCH. Prop. 

Uptown 9103 

4316 Magazine Street 
New Orleans 



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I. L. LYONS ^ CO. 

LIMITED 
ESTABLISHED 1866 



DRUG STORE OUTFITTERS 



Laboratory Supplies, Microscopes, Scientihc 
Materials for Colleges 



NEW ORLEANS, LA. 



Everything the Best 

R. E. BLANCHARD 

Pharmacist 

Three Stores witlt But a Single Thought 
"TO SERVE YOU RIGHT" 



7457 St. Charles Ave. 

Telephones : 
Walnut 806 and 1046 



2101 Carrollton Ave. 

Telephones: 
Walnut 1011 and 372 



I 138 Carrollton Ave. 

Telephones: 

Walnut nil and 9137 



HAUSMANN 

INCORPORATED 

NEW ORLEANS' LEADING JEWELER 

Extends Greetings to All Loyola Students and 
Earnestly Solicits Their Patronage 



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EARHARDT S DRUG STORES 

Have tke Best 



LAFAYETTE FIRE 
INSURANCE CO. 

A Home Institution 

2123 Magazine Street 
New Orleans 



Compliments of 

Frank J. Daigre 

Mamie Leitz Daigre 

2241 Magazine Street 
New Orleans 



F. S. HARVEY S 

Cut-Rate Drug Store 

Cor. Dryades and Erato Sts. 

Phones Jackson 9113 and 1996 

New Orleans 



Burvant's Pharmacy 

The Store with the Red Arrori' 

433 Royal Street 

(Opposite New Court t^ouse RuildiliK) 
Phone Main 9234 



'Simon Pure Drugs 

Prescriptions Accurately 
Compounded 

Phone Jackson 3562 

Howard Ave. and Camp St. 

New Orleans 



Driscoll s Pharmacy 

Corner Magazine and Josephine 
New Orleans 



Horse Snoe Pickle 
Works, Ltd. 

Manufacturers and Packers of Pickles, 

Mustard, Sauces, Extract of Pepper, Etc. 

Vinegar a 5pecia/(\j 

710-712-714-716 St. Mary Street 

1907, 1909. 1911, 1913 Chippewa Street 

Phones, lackson 1309 and 597 



Casteix s Pharmacies 
M. B. CASTEIX, Prop. 

FIVE STORES 

New Orleans 



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LOYOLA 
UNIVERSITY 

The Growing School of the South 

"Tke SCHOOL FOR YOU" 

The following courses are offered : 

1. Arts and Sciences, leading to A.B. and B.S. degrees. 

2. Pre-Medical Course, two years' course. 

3. Dentistry, leading to D.D.S. degree. 

4. Pharmacy, leading to Ph.G. degree. 

5. Law, leading to LL.B. degree. 

6. Extension Courses, every night and Saturdays. 

7. School of Commerce and Finance, Monday nights. 

8. Summer Session, June 1 5th. 

For further information, rvrite to the Registrar 

LOYOLA UNIVERSITY 



6363 St. Cnarles Avenue 



New Orleans, La. 




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COMPLIMENTS OF 

PARKER-BLAKE COMPANY 

LIMITED 

WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS 

755 Magazine Street 
NEW ORLEANS, LA. 



PLUMBING 



% 



PLUMBING 




Phones Jackson 3700-3701 

Our Truck Is in Your 
Neigh Dornooa 

"The Plumbers Who Work 
With a Vim" 

1050 Camp Street 



QUALITY CIGARS 

Cnancellors 
Portina 

Ferij Mild 

U. KOEN ^ CO. 

INCORPORATED 

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There is a silent eloquence in the example of a successful 
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a good example, we cannot lead a mistaken course. 
Successful men wear Kuppenheimer Good Clothes. 

JARVIS. 




The Best Shop in Town 



Everything You Need in 

Medicine and School 

Supplies 

PETER EVERETT 

900 Independence Hemlock 9375 
New Orleans, La. 



'Am I Your Druggist?" 
"// Not—Why Not?" 

S. J. PETERS 

Pharmacist 

Magazine and State 
New Orleans 



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Ph 


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Phone 


Walnut 1323 




8500 


Jeannette St. 




New 


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There 


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New Orleans, La. 


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LOYOLA 
UNIVERSITY 

SCHOOLS OF LAW 



Recognized by the State oi Louisiana and con- 
ducted by a Faculty oi experienced 
practitioners and jurists. 

THREE-YEAR DAY COURSE 

ana 

FOUR-YEAR NIGHT COURSE 



POST-GRADUATE COURSE QUALIFYING 
FOR LL.M. DEGREE 



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REV. JOHN D. FOULKES, S. J., Regent 




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The 

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The Best Place to Meel Your 
Friends After the Dance or Theater 

Opposite Jackson Square 
Jos. T. CucciA, Prop. 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



JACOBS BROS. 

Walk-Over Shoe 
Store 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



UNITED FRUIT COMPANY 



NEW ORLEANS, LA. 




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Lo>?ola University 

SCHOOL OF PHARMACY 

Formerly New Orleans College oi Pnarmacy 



MEMBER OF 



Tke American Association of Colleges 
of Pkarmacy 

Recognized by the Board of Regents of the 

University of the State of New York 



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THREE YEAR COURSE 
Leading to the Degree of Graduate of Pharmacy (Ph.G.) 

JOHN J. CRASSER, B.S., Ph.G., Ph.G., Dzan 



COMPLIMENTS OF THE 

STUDENTS 

OF THE 

SCHOOL OF PHARMACY 



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SWIMMING— DANCING 
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Branch Office, Allison & Means, 316 Carondelet St., New ORLEANS, La. 



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Loyola University 

SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY 



NEW ORLEANS 



OFFERS A FOUR-YEAR COURSE 
TO CANDIDATES HAVING COM- 
PLETED A FOUR-YEAR HIGH- 
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For further information, write to the REGISTRAR 

6363 ST. CHARLES AVENUE 



J. H. STRITCH, S. J., Regent 
C. V. VIGNES, D.D.S., Dean 




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STUDENTS 



OF THE 



Department of Arts and Sciences 



WE SPECIALIZE IN THE EQUIPMENT OF 

DINING ROOMS AND KITCHENS 

FOR 

SCHOOL CAFETERIAS 

Loubat GlassAvare ^ Cork Co., LtJ. 



310 Bienville Street 



NEW ORLEANS 



Cuevas ^ Salaaino 

FIRST-CLASS PRIVATE 
MARKET 

Uptown 1651 — Phones — Uptown 1652 

6038 Garfield Sl 

New Orleans, Louisiana 



Varennolt Studio 

Pnotogra^ny 

IN ALL ITS BRANCHES 
5210 Constance St. 

Uptown bbll-] 
NEW ORLEANS 



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OLIVER H. VAN HORN CO., INC. 

Machine Shop and ., -r- Small Tools and 

^ r- Machine 1 ools c c 

Garage Equipment Shop Supplies 



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NEW ORLEANS 



Phone Main 5520 



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